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ABS/MBS Market

Every week, Asset-Backed Alert delivers the earliest word on money-making plays emerging from the evolving securitization business, including the worldwide markets for ABS, MBS and CLOs.

Selections from Recent Issues


Liberty Mutual Propping Up Non-QM Flow

Liberty Mutual has suddenly emerged as perhaps the most influential buyer of home-loan bonds whose underlying receivables don’t meet the Consumer...

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Wilmington Pitching Mortgage Blockchain

Wilmington Trust has launched an ambitious effort to create a blockchain-technology tool containing documents for all non-agency mortgages.

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As Downgrades Ease, CLOs Spring Anew

With investor demand rebounding, more collateralized loan obligation issuers are rolling out deals.

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Angel Oak Kick-Starting Non-QM Lending

Angel Oak is plotting a comeback.

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Canadian Banks Ready Credit-Card Issues

Get ready for a flurry of Canadian credit-card bonds.

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Banks See Payday in Mortgage Warehouses

In an answer to the home-loan industry’s recent tumult, several banks are offering mortgage-warehouse facilities in which the underlying accounts...

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Banks See CLO-Issuing Window in TALF

Even as most collateralized loan obligation professionals dismiss the Federal Reserve’s Term Asset-Backed Securities Loan Facility as being too...

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TALF Negotiations Yield Mixed Outcomes

The Federal Reserve appears open to the idea of expanding its new Term Asset-Backed Securities Loan Facility, but not to the extent that market...

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Nomura Cools on Mortgage Warehousing

Count Nomura among the investment banks that have become wary of mortgage exposures amid the coronavirus crisis.

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Small-Business Loan Bonds in Crosshairs

Small-business lenders are facing a sudden and severe threat to their operations and to the performance of their securitized assets.

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Allstate Cuts Off New Investments in ABS

Allstate Investments has stopped buying asset- and mortgage-backed securities.

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BofA's Silverstein Jumps to New Residential

Baron Silverstein is stepping down as head of mortgage-bond underwriting at Bank of America to join New Residential Investment, reuniting with former boss...

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